In the United States again appeared “fire waterfall”
Mother nature once again put on a show in Yosemite national Park in California (USA), where each February, the setting sun its rays turns the waterfall into a glowing stream of molten lava.
The phenomenon known as the “fire falls” attracts dozens of photographers on the viewing platform at the falls called Horse tail, located on the famous mountain El Capitan, writes the Associated Press.
See “fire waterfall” is not so simple. Horse tail flowing only in winter and spring when there is a required amount of precipitation. While the Sun illuminates the waterfall for a few minutes per day at the end of the day for several days in February.
Some photographers were able to capture the phenomenon of this year, and the glowing pictures of the waterfall hit the social network.
Every February a rare phenomenon makes Horsetail Fall @Yosemitenps glow like fire. Pic from Saturday by Ray Lee #California #firefall pic.twitter.com/Gxt2YlKav7
— US Dept of Interior (@Interior) February 14, 2017